Fire departments in Clark County, North Las Vegas, Pahrump and the Mount Charleston Fire Protection District will take part in a firefighter recruitment drive from June 18 through July 2.
Barry Hartman, 72, is in France, following the path traveled by his father, Army cameraman Burton “Bud” Hartman, 75 years ago when the Allies landed in Normandy.
Eshaan Vakil recalled riding a bus to a quiz bowl-related event with students from other states. “They said, ‘Oh, we didn’t know people studied in Las Vegas,’” Vakil said.
Green Our Planet, the southwest Las Vegas-based crowdfunding platform that began in 2013 and became the largest school garden program in the U.S., started as a small side project for Ciara Byrne and Kim MacQuarrie.
Items from the upcoming sequel, “Annabelle Comes Home,” will be on display later this month at the Fremont Street Experience.
The 90-plus event featured a three-course meal at which attendees could bring one guest and socialize. Attendees wore cowboy boots and hats as Mama’s Wranglers played.
From April 30 to May 1, Vanessa Aponte of North Las Vegas represented Clark County at the 2019 national Poetry Out Loud competition held in Washington, D.C.
The hourlong event featured a step-by-step process in which attendees mixed the contents in a bowl and then formed the infrastructure of their pots.
The Underground’s daylong festivities Thursday highlight this week’s roundup of what’s going on in downtown Las Vegas.
A Nevada Army National Guard soldier with the Las Vegas-based First Squadron, 221st Cavalry Regiment, died late Tuesday during an exercise in California.